Aug 012012
 August 1, 2012  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Laws

Cindy Cohn and Jon Eisenberg write:

When a judge forces you to “consent” to a disclosure of your private electronic communications, have you really consented?  No.

EFF today asked the California Supreme Court to review a decision of a lower court that forced a juror to “consent” to allow the content of his Facebook postings to be turned over to the parties to the case, after it was discovered that he had been improperly posting about the case on his Facebook wall during a trial. The case is called Juror Number One v. Superior Court

Read more and the amicus letter on EFF.

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